Bushtyno bridge damaged by floods and broken road to the strategic facility require state funding

22 March 2016 13:47  16119432 0120630
Bushtyno bridge damaged by floods and broken road to the strategic facility require state funding

Vasyl Demyanchuk and Vasyl Fedurtsyo at the fourth plenary meeting of the second session asked the regional deputies to support the appeal to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for the allocation of funds to complete construction of the vehicle bridge in the village of Bushtyno in Tyachiv district.

The parliamentary inquiry states that the construction of a new bridge in the village of Bushtyno in Tyachiv district started in 2003 after the existing bridge had been damaged by floods in 1998 and 2001. "But in recent years, the construction has been suspended due to lack of funding and challenging socio-economic situation in the country. Delays in the completion of the said bridge may result in loss of communication on the highway Mukachevo-Rakhiv-Rohatyn-Lviv and cut off Rakhiv and much of Tyachiv districts from the regional center."

And Oksana Birov in her request informed that she had been contacted by residents of the village of Horonda in Mukachevo district about the routine maintenance of Dukhnovich street located on the road Chervenyovo-Hat and Gagarin street leading to the strategic facility - military unit in the village of Barkasovo. These roads are owned by the Road Service in Transcarpathian region and have not been repaired for over 30 years.   So, the deputy requested to assist in the allocation of funds from the regional budget to finance the current repairs of these roads.

 The regional deputies supported the requests of their colleagues and sent them to the Regional State Administration and the Road Service in Transcarpathian region for consideration.

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